September 26, 2020

A Freakishly Good Memory Isn’t Necessary to Succeed in Public Accounting

“I know that some people might not have the same kind of memory that I have, but if you have enough passion about wanting to help people and you’re willing to work hard, you’ll go very far in the world of public accounting.”

~ Steven M. Braunstein, President of Snyder Cohn

“I know that some people might not have the same kind of memory that I have, but if you have enough passion about wanting to help people and you’re willing to work hard, you’ll go very far in the world of public accounting.”

~ Steven M. Braunstein, President of Snyder Cohn

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